Source: Aajkal Robibasar
Parvathy Baul: a singing, dancing, swirling Baul mystic
Source: yourstory.com By: Jubin Mehta “Aami kichui jaani na, Aami kichui jaani na” (I don’t know anything, I don’t […]
Singing Is Like My Personal Prayer
Source: Kindle Magazine Epsita Halder in conversation with Parvathy Baul. When I first experienced Parvathy Baul’s performance, it […]
Interview on Lapis Lazuli Journal
Baul is a way of life, Bauls live the life of sadhana. Singing and dancing are part of Baul expression, a movement in action. Baul culture, the Baul way of life is unique to Bengal. This wandering music cult has a special place in the history of music accompanied by dance.
Renowned Baul Singer Shares her Music with Sufi
Parvathy Baul is a singer, painter and storyteller from West Bengal. She is both trained in the Baul order and studied visual arts at the Kala Bhavan University at Shantiniketan.
Poetess and Minstrel, Parvathy Baul Lives and Dances in her Beloved’s Divine Heart
Bengal’s Mausumi Parial heard Baul songs at age sixteen and was transformed. Initiated as Parvathy Baul, today she takes her Gurus’ songs to the world.
The divine, the nature and the body: Parvathy Baul in conversation with WION
Minstrel in the Gallery
Parvathy Baul is on a mission to bridge the gap between esoteric Baul akharas and world music Source: Economic Times […]
Interview on Webindia123.com
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BBC: The Newsroom
The Bauls are wandering mystic minstrels from Bengal – part of an ancient musical tradition that stretches back many centuries. Parvathy Baul, one of the few female Baul practitioners, tells us how she is creating an archive to preserve this oral tradition from extinction.